Devil's Diary - Netflix

Cheon Nara, whose name literally means ‘heaven', is a normal lady working a normal office job who suddenly starts seeing glimpses of a man in suits smirking at her. She lives alone and of course, freaks out when she feels that there is someone following her on her way home and makes the decision to buy a taser. It turns out that the man is no ordinary man; he is a devil who appears before her, black wings and all, to offer her three wishes. Nara's response to his revelation is something Mr. Devil has not prepared for: she completely ignores him and his offer, doubting her vision. He tries to prove his identity, only to lead her into believing that she has a disease and has started having hallucinations.

Devil's Diary - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 16 minutes

Premier: 2016-02-24

Devil's Diary - Avan Jogia - Netflix

Avan Tudor Jogia (born February 9, 1992) is a Canadian actor, singer, activist and director, perhaps best known for his role as Beck Oliver in the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious (2010–2013), and as Danny Desai in the ABC drama television series Twisted (2013–2014) – a role which earned him nominations at the 2013 and 2014 Teen Choice Awards. Jogia first came to prominence with his portrayal of Danny Araujo in the 2006 biographical television film A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story. After moving to the United States in his late teens, he had landed various television roles within series' such as Caprica (2009–2010), Victorious, Twisted, and miniseries Tut (2015). Jogia's numerous film credits both within television and cinema, include Spectacular! (2009), Finding Hope Now (2010), Rags (2012), Ten Thousand Saints (2015), and I Am Michael (2015). His directorial debut came about in 2011, with the short film Alex, which was followed by the 2016 web series Last Teenagers of the Apocalypse. Besides acting, Jogia co-founded the LGBT online organization Straight But Not Narrow in 2011, which seeks to shape the viewpoints of teenagers and adults on matters pertaining to the LGBT community. Among Jogia's future acting roles is a rendition of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Devil's Diary - 2009–2014: Victorious, Twisted and other projects - Netflix

From 2009 to 2010, Jogia had a recurring role in the television series Caprica, a spin-off of Battlestar Galactica, on Syfy. He had been cast in the role of Ben Stark in August 2008, with production of the series' pilot episode completed by the conclusion of that year. In late 2009, Jogia joined the cast of Nickelodeon television program Victorious. Starring alongside Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande, and Elizabeth Gillies, Jogia played Beck Oliver, the boyfriend of Jade West (Gillies). This was the actor's first main role in a television series; a role, which lasted from the series' inception in March 2010, through to the conclusion of the fourth and final season of the show in 2013. Jogia also appeared as Oliver in the Nickelodeon film, iParty with Victorious, a Victorious crossover movie with iCarly. Throughout his tenure on Victorious, Jogia starred in various films. In 2010, he appeared in the drama film Triple Dog, and the gang-crime film Finding Hope Now (filmed in 2009) as the lead character, Santos Delgado. Jogia later directed and starred in Alex, a short film; this marked his first project he directed. During the following year, he appeared in the 2012 Nickelodeon television movie Rags, along with Keke Palmer and Drake Bell, where Jogia portrayed Finn Covington. Jogia was cast in the lead role of Danny Desai on the ABC Family mystery–thriller series Twisted (originally titled Socio), in October 2012. The role saw Jogia opposite main cast members Maddie Hasson and Kylie Bunbury, and supporting cast members including Denise Richards, Sam Robards and Kimberly Quinn. The series pilot was greenlighted in August 2012, and was filmed in October in New York City. In February 2013, ABC Family ordered the show as a series and production commenced in Studio City the following month, on April 3, 2013. On the themes of the series, Jogia remarked, “Twisted is similar to Pretty Little Liars in that it's about trying to find out who did it, but it's more about the human relationships between characters and the strain that things can put on them. It's also a little bit of a social commentary piece, because it covers very timely issues.” The series premiered on June 11, 2013, and ran for 19 episodes; for his role as Desai, Jogia received two nominations at the 2013 and 2014 Teen Choice Awards, in the categories “Summer TV Star: Male” and “Actor: Drama”, respectively. ABC Family opted not to renew Twisted for a second season, in August 2014.

Devil's Diary - References - Netflix